A light-weight but powerful jQuery plugin that provides animated filtering and sorting of categorized and ordered content.
Probably guilty of a few of those here, but a useful reminder of things to check before launching.
Simple to set up and super-customizable, Type & Grids is a responsive HTML5 template with nice typography.
"Rad because it supports IE8+ and multi-touch."
Packery layouts can be intelligently ordered or organically wild. Elements can be stamped in place, fit in an ideal spot, or dragged around.
jQuery is all like "You images done yet or what?"
An improved, extended and crossbrowser replacement for standard .load() function, by Dave Desandro.
Get annotated feedback on your designs, quickly and easily. Very slick, if you can stand the horrible, overly friendly copy.
Photoshop actions for preparing designs for iOS or Retina-display websites.
HTML5 app for creating crisp mockups, wireframes & interactive prototypes.
Simply type in a URL and get a colour usage breakdown for that page. Which might be of use to someone, somewhere.
You may use these icons for both commercial and personal projects and customize them any way you like.
Look - there's a rainbow in there and everything. Never seen a weatherman predict a rainbow, but it's in there if he does...
A cheat sheet for C5 developers. Information was compiled from emails, documentation and the Concrete5 support forums.
Recipes and tutorials for implementing features in your Concrete5-based website. Intended to provide additional context to developers beyond the official C5 documentation.
I don't use Drupal, but I applaud the effort to bring sanity to CMS management with version control and staged deployments. I wonder how much of this could be ported to the likes of WordPress?
An open source starting point for building your own ad-hoc crowdfunding site.
Prose is a web-based interface for managing text-based content in your GitHub repositories. Use it to create, edit, and delete files, and save your changes directly to GitHub.
Dbpatterns is a service that allows you to create, share, explore database models on the web. And also you can fork already created database models.
Apps, Tools, and Resources creative professionals to improve Productivity & Creativity. (Featuring Nylllon of course).
Music fingerprinting for everyone.
Koken is a free system designed for photographers, designers, and creative DIYs to publish independent web sites of their work.
The trashman examines your site's live DOM and reverse engineers a new, more elegant definition that captures styles down to the pixel.
Forget VMs, screenshot services, or dedicated testing computers. BrowserTap works by broadcasting a live RTMP stream of a browser window on a cloud server.
Charge customers on a recurring basis for access to your content.
"Flinto strikes the perfect balance between fast prototyping and realism.
Prototypes run on iPhone or iPad and can be shared with anyone." Looks very promising.
A minimalist writing zone, where you can block out all distractions and get to whats important. Very nice it is too.
Easily preview your designs and icons on your iPhone and iPad.
Gmvault allows you to back and restore a Gmail account. Doesn't look particularly user friendly however, so if the command line terrifies you, stay away.
Postbox is a desktop email application for Mac and Windows, and a system for managing your life.
I've been using this for around 8 months. It's one of those apps you wonder how you managed without it. It's keyboard-based note-taking, with search and integration with Simplenote. It's a fork of Notational Velocity.
A really good guide on how to keep your design work as sharp as possible from Us Two.
127 pages of real-life based advice from Marcin Treder
"Design patterns are reusable solutions to commonly occurring problems in software development and are a very useful tool to have at your disposal". Tidy up that jQuery, Son.
Never mind 007. User Experience Design is where it's all at.
Buy the ebook, or read for free online.
"Written in 2001 for print designers whose clients want websites. While browser references and modem speeds may reek of 2001, much of the advice about transitioning to the web still holds true." ~ Zeldman